Austria’s cities are so old they carried mysterious names like Vindobona (Vienna), Oenipons (Innsbruck), and Juvavum (Salzburg). Their concentric street maps are like tree trunks, where loop after loop tells the story of slow, organic growth.
A wealth of culture accumulated over the centuries, in palaces, concert halls, and family kitchens. A city trip in Austria lets you deep dive into this fascinating history and experience the power of tradition firsthand. Check out the below itinerary suggestions to plan your trip, hassle-free.
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24 Hours in Graz
A walkable city with an intimate Mediterranean flair, Graz boasts an array of cultural attractions, festivals and local food. Though it’s Austria’s second largest city, you can tour the historic Old Town – a UNESCO Site – and its most important sights in a day.
Get to know the Capital of the Alps by exploring stunning mountains, contemporary architecture, and fascinating imperial history. Innsbruck combines fascinating history with an impressive offer of outdoor Alpine adventure.